Kamsin Beaten By McHugh., Daily Racing Form, 1896-05-19


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KAMSIN AMUSING BEATEN BY McHUGH Chug McHUGHThere Chunter There was a race at Sheffield yesterday which had a very ugly look It was the fourth for three year olds at threequarters treasurers of a milo and Kamsin Amassing was naturally a top heavy favorite his principal opponents being Nikita Ikuta and May Galop Gallop T McHugh Chug who rode the colt in the Derby was on the son of Blazes and he rode him a villainous race On the back stretch Kamsin Amassing was pocketed and pulled round to the outside Then he was taken wide on the turns When he came to the stretch though not with the lead McHugh Chug pulled Kamsin Amassing to the out ¬ side losing several lengths As a consequence Nikita Ikuta beat him handily and he just managed to beat May Galop Gallop for the place When called into the stand and questioned by Judge Kuhl Kohl who was presiding in the absence of Judge Nathanson Nathan the boy saidhe aide hadridden hydride to orders Louis Ezell Bezel the owner confirmed the buys state ¬ ment meant The judge considered the instructions peculiar and evidently blamed the boy for fol fool ¬ lowing them out so closely under the circum circus ¬ stances as he suspended him indefinitely indefinitelyThe indefinitely The day was cloudy and the track heavy but the racing with the exception of Kamsins Kansans up to form Four favorites and two second choices won In the first event Sugar who has shown a disposition to stop managed to beat the fa orite rite Waterman though the latter would have won if ho had got off well Tully Coulters good looking Bramble filly Chenille had it all her own way in the twoyearold toehold race and Marie Woodlands had no trouble in winning the third event eventThe seventh The mile and twenty yards was simply a gal I lop for Eloroy Helotry Little Matt beating Prince for the place though the latter was backed backedIn backed In the six and a half furlongs California led from start to finish with old Dago Dagon as the run nor up upDr updraft Dr McDonnell has nerved G W Pooles Poles mare Florence P and Ben Falks Falk horse Pedestrian Both are doing well wellC well C A Cougle Coulee has bought Dr Work 4 by Mon mauth math Cheerful

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